Concurrent studies

What is Concurrent education?

Get a head start on your post-secondary education. If you’re in your final year of high school, are a good writer and want to get a taste of what studying at the college/university level is like, Concurrent Studies at Ƶ is your best option.

Concurrent education programs allow you to begin earning university credits while still in Grade 12. You will be officially enrolled in Arts – Concurrent Studies, but you can take both arts and science courses. 

Begin as early as next semester if seats are available. The standard College application fee is waived, so you only pay the tuition

How to apply

  • Download the application form or request one from your high school counsellor. 
  • Fill it out and have your counsellor sign it. 
  • Send it to Ƶ (address is listed in the grey box on the form). 
  • Include an interim transcript, also available from your high school counsellor.

For more information, contact your high school counsellor or email Admissions.

For information about admission requirements, courses, intake dates and more, visit the Program and Course Catalogue.